Thank you so much! You have no idea how you saved me today. I was thinking about Ulthera for couple of months now and was about to schedule one today! Thank God I decided to google about it one more time. My heart ached for all of you ladies who were hurt by this procedure and you are in my thoughts and prayers. One thing for sure…we really have to love ourselves more. I’m sticking to natural way of keeping myself beautiful and younger and I will start with the best of them all—being grateful and happy just the way I am. Sending love to everyone! Remember you are beautiful!
A strong ectoderm subdues the mesoderm and the endoderm. A subdued mesoderm produces gracile (as opposed to robust) bones, higher proportion of slow-twitch/Type I (as opposed to fast-twitch/Type II) muscles and low muscle mass. A subdued endoderm produces low, evenly distributed body fat. The strong ectoderm itself produces focused scalp hair (as opposed to body hair) growth. All these are neotenous traits. The combined result is a lean, long-limbed, fine-boned physique (ie. high surface-area-to-volume ratio) that looks youthful through most of life, and which is by no coincidence ergonomically suited to the Neolithic subsistence farming lifestyle that involved repetitive, stamina-based labour in a wider variety of sustained physical positions and demanding faster heat dissipation than would have been required for the more primitive hunting and herding lifestyles, in exchange for availability of regular meals and hence no need to store large reserves of chemical energy in the body. Miguel Serrano describes: “Large fingers, fine legs, hands with fine veins, firmly arched feet. … Moreover, it was said of Buddha his extended arms reached below his knees and they sculpted him with a bump on his head (the lost “organ”?).”
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